Hall, Schmidt, and Wood's Principles of Critical Care, Fifth EditionAutor Gregory Schmidt, John Kress, Ivor S. Douglas
en Limba Engleză Hardback – 20 sep 2023
Comprehensive and current, Hall, Schmidt, and Wood's Principles of Critical Care is the authoritative guide to diagnosing and treating the most common problems encountered in the practice of critical care. Written by expert critical care physicians who are also experienced teachers, it features an organization, thoroughness, and clarity unavailable in other critical care resources.
This peerless guide provides consensus on the complex and often-conflicting data in the practice of critical care, along with copious diagnostic and treatment algorithms. The text covers every aspect of critical care medicine essential to successful clinical practice, ranging from basic principles to the latest technologies.
This updated fifth edition is highlighted by:
- In-depth, up-to-date descriptions of the unique presentation, differential diagnosis, and management of specific critical illnesses
- A logical organ system approach that simplifies the search for thorough and practical information necessary to manage a patient's specific condition
- New chapters on Oxygen Delivery Systems; Ultrasound in Critical Care; Fungal and Viral Infections; Pulmonary Hypertension; Alcohol Withdrawal; and COVID-19 and Hemophagocytic Lymphohistiocytosis (HLH)
- New material regarding critical care pandemic preparedness and response
- Enhanced cross-disciplinary chapters addressing the structures and systems of critical care, including staffing, safety, and informatics
- New contributions on caregiver and family issues and the implications of disordered sleep for the critically ill
- A full-color presentation
Gregory A. Schmidt, MD Associate Professor of Medicine Pritzker School of Medicine Dr. Hall is a recognized leader in the discipline and runs one of the top departments in the country. Both Drs. Hall and Schmidt are active presenters at national meetings and known internationally through their software company MedSym.